Editor's Note — Ord. no. 09.19 §1, adopted April 20, 2009, repealed ch. 111 and enacted new provisions set out herein. Former ch. 111 derived from R.O. 2006 §§111.010 — 111.100; ord. no. 03.14 §1, 6-5-2003; ord. no. 03.25 §1, 8-21-2003; ord. no. 04.09 §§1 — 2, 3-18-2004; ord. no. 04.12 §1, 5-6-2004; ord. no. 05.24 §§1 — 3, 6-2-2005; ord. no. 08.11 §§1 — 3, 5-1-2008.
[Ord. No. 09.19 §1, 4-20-2009]
There is hereby established the Osage Beach Citizen Advisory Committee.
[Ord. No. 09.19 §2, 4-20-2009]
The general purpose of the Osage Beach Citizen Advisory Committee is to provide for the sharing of information between the residents of Osage Beach on matters of public concern and to assist the City in fulfilling the City of Osage Beach mission statement. At the request of the Board of Aldermen, the Osage Beach Citizen Advisory Committee may review and provide a recommendation on a topic or issue.
[Ord. No. 09.19 §3, 4-20-2009; Ord. No. 11.45 §§1 — 2, 7-8-2011]
The membership of the Osage Beach Citizen Advisory Committee shall consist of not less than eight (8) and not more than fifteen (15) members appointed pursuant to Section 111.040.
[Ord. No. 09.19 §4, 4-20-2009; Ord. No. 11.45 §§1 — 2, 7-8-2011]
Members shall serve a term of two (2) years. Membership shall be divided into two (2) classes of equal size. Terms shall expire June first (1st). All members currently serving on the Osage Beach Citizen Advisory Committee as of July 1, 2011 shall continue to serve until their terms expire. The Board of Aldermen shall specify the term expiration date at the time a member is appointed. The Mayor or a member of the Board of Aldermen may submit nominations for expired terms to the City Clerk by June first (1st) for appointments as aforesaid in this Chapter. The Board of Aldermen shall approve nominees for two (2) year terms on the Advisory Committee at their first (1st) meeting in June each year, or as soon thereafter as possible. Whenever a vacancy in membership occurs, the City Clerk shall notify the Board of Aldermen of said vacant position and said vacancy may be filled for the unexpired term by appointment. The Board of Aldermen may remove any member by majority vote.
[Ord. No. 09.19 §5, 4-20-2009; Ord. No. 11.45 §§1 — 2, 7-8-2011]
The committee will be guided by Robert's Rules of Order, 10th Edition, as revised, and the Missouri Open Meetings and Records Law, as amended.
Meetings may be called by the Mayor, a majority of the Board of Aldermen or the City Administrator.
The agenda for meetings shall be established by the Mayor, a majority of the Board of Aldermen or the City Administrator.
Six (6) of the members appointed to the Osage Beach Citizen Advisory Committee shall constitute a quorum, unless the number of active members is less than ten (10) members in which case a majority of the members shall constitute a quorum.
The City Administrator may assign staff members to attend meetings.
Meetings of the Osage Beach Citizen Advisory Committee shall be noticed and conducted in accordance with Chapter 610, RSMo.
[Ord. No. 09.19 §6, 4-20-2009]
Nothing in this Chapter shall prohibit the Mayor and Board of Aldermen from creating additional advisory committees at such times and in such form as they deem necessary.
[Ord. No. 15.91§1, 12-3-2015; Ord. No. 20.12, 4-2-2020]
Each citizen volunteer member of the Board of Zoning Adjustment, the Planning Commission, the Citizens Advisory Committee, the Liquor Control Board, the Board of Appeals, the Osage Beach/Lake Ozark Joint Sewer Board and the Tax Increment Financing Commission shall be paid a per diem for personal costs and expenses of their service in the amount of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per meeting.
When serving on any of the foregoing in conjunction with an officially scheduled meeting, the Mayor, the City Collector and the appointed Board member representing the Board of Aldermen shall be entitled to the same per diem as set out in this Section.